Discouragement comes not only to the faithless, but to the faithful.

Discouragement comes not only to the faithless, but to the faithful.

The problem is not that we don’t believe, but that we do.

We groan and long for our complete redemption, our expected restoration, our promised elevation, and the display of the fullness of our sonship to God.

So be careful not to grab the tinsel crowns being offered by modern day ministers who preach a man centered gospel in the here and now. The kingdom (in it’s fullness) cannot happen until the appearance of the king.

And oh He shall come, He will come, FOR THEM who watch for him and long for his return.

Everything now is in part, seeing through a glass darkly, limited feeling and seeing the world being overrun and controlled by the prince of the power of the air.
But the Lion of the tribe of Judah will soon roar, and the world will tremble….but we will be glad!